Our IT Department was throwing out a bunch of boxes today. Sticking out from underneath a flattened box was an HDMI cable still in its bag. The bag was labeled Monoprice with a PID of 9890. I looked it up and it is a 10' High Speed HDMI Redmere cable. I haven't bought HDMI cables in a long time so I've not kept up with the newer technologies. Man is this cable thin! I'm already liking it. Didn't realize that the cables were uni-directional which brings up my question. The sink end is labeled TV and the other end is labeled Source. That's clear enough. However, I don't imagine there would be any issues using this cable from my blu-ray player (source) to the receiver (sink) would there? Same for any other HDMI device connected to my receiver? I really need to get out more and keep up with technology. I don't see any where in the product description that the cable is certified or did I miss that? The bag is labeled RoHS Compliance but that's not the same thing? I guess this was a good find.
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1/22/13 at 11:00am